Facebook and Instagram block the pages of Azov Regiment's patronage service
Facebook and Instagram blocked the pages of Azov Regiment's patronage service.
The service reported this on their Telegram channel.
The company Meta, which manages the social networks, said that the pages were blocked due to policy violations, but provided no specific reason.
"The reasons for the block are, as always, abstract excuses about violating the rules without any specifics. We are convinced that the page takedowns are not fair," the message reads.
The patronage service called on users to subscribe to their official Telegram channel "Angels of Azov" and to spread the information on social media.
We remind you that on August 1, the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine wrote a letter to Meta due to Ukrainian content takedowns on social media.
On August 9, Instagram deleted the page of the Association of Azovstal Defenders' Families and several other accounts related to Azov Regiment. After an appeal from the Ministry of Digital Affairs, the account was restored.
In June, Instagram blocked the account of TV Toronto host and volunteer Yaroslava Kravchenko for sharing a post suggesting that russians be called russians.
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